The Family Under the Bridge/The Twits Author:Carlson;Dahl The Family Under the Bridge - 1990 publication of 1958 Newbery Honor book. 97 pages. Once there was an old man named Armand who lived under a bridge in Paris. Everything he owned could be pushed around in an old baby buggy without a hood-it was easy for him to move from place to place. Armand loved his solitary carefree life. Children, he s... more »aid, were like starlings, and one was better off without them. But the children who suddenly appeared under his bridge knew a true friend when they saw one, even if that friend was a little bit grumpy to begin with.
The Twits - Published 1980. 76 pages. How do you outwit a Twit? Mr. & Mrs Twit are the smelliest, nastiest, ugliest people in the world. They hate everything - except being mean. One day their caged monkeys, the Mugglewumps, decide they have had enough - they are out for revenge.« less